Manos Giakoumis retweeted
Marc poll for @EFSYNTAKTON What should gov't do if negotiations not successful? Compromise 65.9% Rupture 30.7% No answer 3.4%
Marc poll for @EFSYNTAKTON
Would thinks have been better/worse if ND had won elections Worse 56.6% Better 23.4% About same 16.7% #Greeece
#Greece's latest IMF payment is due in 24 hours — and Athens is desperate for positive news. http://read.bi/1FYZPLy
ONE TROIKA SCENARIO INCLUDES GREECE PAYING STAFF IN IOUS: WELT
Fabrizio Goria retweeted
Markets blew up the bunds and helped Greece: http://cnb.cx/1bJjPoV
BIG question: will GGB holders freak out if Greece does not pay IMF/ECB but promises to pay them and Europe loans.
Irony: Europe/Germany pushes GR over cliff re pensions/labour;Greece defaults on ECB/IMF and keeps paying Europe.
Why should Greece sacrifice countrymen to pay ECB after it dodged haircut in 2012. So thinks Syriza and co.
Tidbit: if Greece does not pay IMF/ECB, its not a credit event says S&P. Plus: no cross default on GGBs if GR does not pay ECB.
Word is that Greece has money to pay IMF on Tuesday. But what if it does not pay and then blames Europe. Divide and conquer!
Syriza pol to hedgie: if Europe does not bend tomorrow we will default on IMF
Greece's secret plan to not pay IMF/ECB http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/11/business/dealbook/imf-and-central-bank-loom-large-over-greeces-debt-talks.html?ref=dealbook …
Bond markets still wobbly after last weeks crash: 10yr German Bund yields start around 0.55% to the week.
Eurozone finance ministers meet ahead of Greek debt deadline - live updates http://bit.ly/1AQBlxX #Guardian
ECB SAYS 54 MLN EUROS BORROWED USING OVERNIGHT LOAN FACILITY, 108.48 BLN EUROS DEPOSITED
RT @livesquawk ECB: Eurozone Excess Liquidity Rose To €297.109 Bln From €294.442 Bln
Trouble ahead for Kopacz government: Polish president suffers shock reverse in first round vote - exit poll http://uk.reuters.com/article/idUKKBN0NV0TQ20150510 …
Conservative opposition candidate wins 1st round of Poland presidential election http://on.wsj.com/1Eu70pM via @WSJ
Poland: presidential election goes to second round ►► http://i24ne.ws/MMocS
Looks as if opinion polls are losing the one election after the other these days. First UK. Now possible Poland.
Meanwhile in Poland
HFE expects another Bund crash as reflation trade just begun: Sees 10yr yields to rise to 2.5% by Jan, possibly 4.5%